Well Cooper isn't here yet but we've been talking about it a lot with the kids. Today we took them to the hospital to see where he was going to be born and we've been reading these stories each night called I'm a Big Sister and I'm a Big Brother. Sadie had the book when we were preparing for Wyatt too and has read it so many times that she now has it memorized and reads it to us each night.
Our church had their annual Thanksgiving Feast last weekend and we were excited that Sadie was not only old enough to get up and sing with the kids but she was brave enough as well. She happily got on stage, but as you can see wasn't so sure about singing until she finally found us in the crowd, which I must admit made us smile.
Sadie and Wyatt LOVE Monster's Inc.! So this year thanks to Auntie Amy's idea and Grandma's amazing crafting abilities we ended up with these great costumes. Inorder to get as much wear out of them as possible, and as many pictures as the kids would stand for, we began the morning in downtown Glendora for the yearly holiday stroll. It seemed a bit crazier this year than last, but maybe that's because our kids are a bit crazier and a whole lot more mobile this year.
Sadie a.k.a. "Boo", Wyatt a.k.a "Mike Wazowski", and Sawyer a.k.a. "the neighborhood giraffe"
Mike's eye actually lights up so who can blame Sawyer for being so amused.
Mason, the milkman, also joined us for our stroll.
Wyatt may or may not have been bribed to put his costume on. I think this picture captures his feelings on the whole situation pretty well.
Boo and her Daddy
Hey we got them all sitting at one time. AMAZING!!!!
Wyatt stayed sitting on his pumpkin for quite awhile. I'm not sure if he just liked it or actually couldn't move. but I'm going to go with couldn't move.
Daddy and his little monsters!
Ya, definitely can't move.
Bot of my kiddos decided they preferred trick-or-treating with Glynn. At least I had my little soccer ball, Cooper.